Internationally acclaimed conductor Agnes Grossmann, has had an outstanding musical career. As a pianist, concert tours took her across Europe, North America and Japan and earned her the Mozart Interpretation Prize, Vienna.

She has been Artistic Director and conductor of the Toronto Chamber Players (1984-1991), Orchestre Métropolitain de Montréal (1986-1995), the Orford Arts Centre (1989-1995 and 1999-2004) and the Toronto Summer Music Academy and Festival (2005 until present).

With extensive vocal knowledge and special focus on choral voice production, Agnes Grossmann has led prestigious choirs and brought them all to new heights.These are, the Vienna Singakademie, the Vienna Choir Boys, with whom she toured North America for their 500th Anniversary in 1998, Pro Coro Canada, Kyoto and Osaka Gewandhaus Choirs, and as of 2006, the Taiwan National Choir. She also founded both the Orchestre Métropolitain Choir and Ensemble Montréal. As guest conductor of many concerts, radio, television and recording projects,

She has performed with all major orchestras in Canada, the Vienna Chamber Orchestra, The Mozarteum Orchestra Salzburg, the Tokyo New City Orchestra, the Osaka Chamber Orchestra, the Kyoto Symphony Orchestras and the Taiwan National Orchestra.

Agnes Grossmann has received many Honours, including an Honorary Doctorate from Ottawa and Mount St.Vincent University, the Golden Cross of the City of Vienna and was made a “Chevalier de la Pleaiade” by the Quebec Government.

Long biography (.pdf file)

Short Biography